Celebrity Big Brother: Bowling challenge triggered Omarosa's asthma attack

Omarosa apparently hospitalized on ‘Celebrity Big Brother

Omarosa apparently hospitalized on ‘Celebrity Big Brother

A day before the star suffered this embarrassing nip slip, she also made headlines for being hospitalized for an asthma attack. The news leaked out after CBB'livestream of the show captured fellow contestants Marissa Jared Winokur and Ross Matthews discussing Manigault Newman's hospitalization.

A head of household competition that required Omarosa to spin and then knock over bowling pins is what triggered her asthma and the need for her to leave the house for medical attention. "This development will be addressed on the Sunday night broadcast".

She was just walking around the Big Brother house while wearing a loose bathrobe and as you can imagine what happened next, her breast suddenly popped out!

"She's gonna be OK", Tony Award-winning actress Winokur, 45, referring to Manigault-Newman, said to entertainment reporter Ross Mathews.

'I tried to be that person [for him] and then all the people around him attacked me - was like, 'Keep her away. This is to make sure that she doesn't get an unfair advantage over her competition.

Asked during the show whether she would ever vote for Trump again, Manigault Newman replied: "God, no". She served as director of communications for the Office of Public Liaison in the White House, making almost $180,000 annually. "It has been very, very challenging being the only African-American woman in the senior staff", she said at the time. The Secret Service said on December 13 that it deactivated her pass to the White House grounds, but insisted its agents were not involved in escorting her from the complex.

"It's not going to be OK".

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